Jason Camp and the Posers
Jason Camp and The Posers play what has been dubbed Post-Colonial Rage Rock. The band consists of three Haida madmen: SG_aan Kwah.Agang (James McGuire) on vocals and guitar, Jaahljuu (Graham Richard) rockets away on drums and Jonny Begel hypes up the crowd. We write and sing about life on Haida Gwaii, local legends, good times and Indigenous struggle worldwide. Our debut EP 'Neat Times and Family Values' gives a snapshot of our sound. Our first full length album 'First Contact' is now released and available on all platforms.
Grounded by her South African and Qalipu Mi'kmaq ancestry, Jodie B speaks her truth as an Indie / Hip-Hop artist producing, writing and live looping her original productions.
From looping on the streets to performing live at international festivals, Jodie B conducts the sound of a smoky blues bar in the electric future. She orchestrates through a purple bass, a Fender Tele., and a 6 key harmonica belt, often performing alongside her sister Nique Blue, with mandolin, saxophone and guitar.
Big Willie G
Born in Campbell River B.C. Big Willie G is a 21-year-old Blues, Rock, and Country folk musician. He grew up listening to the Blues greats Muddy Waters, Little Walter, John Lee Hooker, Howlin’ Wolf, Johnny Cash, James Cotton, Jimmie Reed, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Sonny Boy Williamson. At age ten, he was the opening act for the Alert Bay music festival, and in 2019 He performed in Los Angeles California at the Lowe’s Hollywood Hotel.
A true musical craftsman, Tsimshian folk artist Saltwater Hank honours the historical tales of ordinary folks with extraordinary will in a way that tugs on your heartstrings and gets your toes tapping. Born in Prince Rupert, BC and a member of the Gitga’at community, Saltwater Hank resurrects stories of the land, loss and absurd circumstance and shines them through a sepia lens.
Hasaatuk comes from the west coast of British Columbia. Her heritage stems from the nuučaan̓uł (Nuu-chah-nulth) territory on western Vancouver Island, Woodland Cree near Fort McMurray and Finnish ancestry.
Hasaatuk’s music explores a diverse range of indigenous, environmental and social horizons that combine a blend of acoustic, blues and alternative styles of expression.